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Nov 08 2019


Rohit Sharma: Always tried to give my best when bat in hand

Delhi,08,November,2019

 

Captain Rohit Sharma, who failed in the first T20 against Bangladesh, scored a matchwinning half-century in the second match played in Rajkot. Due to which India won by 8 wickets and made it 1-1 in the series. Talking about his innings, Rohit said that whenever he has a bat in his hand, he tries to give his best.

 

 

 

The captain said, "Whenever I had a bat in my hands all the time, I always tried to do my best. I knew that the situation was perfect and there was no turn on the pitch. I just wanted to hit the ball with a stick. "

 

 

 

Talking about his innings, Rohit further said, "I always knew that this track would be good for batting and then with the arrival of dew it would have been difficult for the bowlers to hold onto the ball and we took full advantage of it."

 

 

 

The captain attributed the win to spin bowlers, especially Krunal Pandya and Washington Sundar, who were making their debut in Indian cricket. He said, "Both spin bowlers are smart and they know their bowling. They always talk about the coach and captain improving their game. He has played a lot of domestic cricket. "

 

 

 

He said, “Sundar has been our bowler with the new ball and today we wanted to replace him because there was a bigger ground than that. He is a very emotional person on the field and in the last match, we had taken some decisions which were wrong but our focus was on getting the job done and in such a situation the emotions come out. ”

 

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